Tag: B-Stock Sourcing Network

Our Newest Marketplace: CellWorks Unlimited

We are pleased to welcome CellWorks Unlimited to the B-Stock Sourcing Network. This B2B liquidation marketplace will give buyers access to bulk quantities of pre-owned and thoroughly tested smartphones from top brands including: Apple, LG, Samsung, and Motorola. The devices, all previously traded-in, have undergone a meticulous grading and quality control process and range in …

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Liquidation vs. Wholesale: What’s the Difference?

There is often confusion on how liquidation and wholesale differ (or if they do at all). In fact, there is a huge difference between the two. Read on for overview of both. Liquidation typically means an organization is trying to turn excess, overstock, or obsolete assets into cash, quickly. For retailers, obsolete merchandise costs money …

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Online apparel is booming. What does that mean for returns?

Billions of dollars of apparel sales are moving from brick and mortar to online: the big shift – according to Internet Retailer – occurred last year when web sales of apparel grew 20.4% versus 1% for physical stores. In one year “the web’s share of U.S. apparel sales grew to 17.9% from 15.5%” and that …

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Our Latest Marketplace: Overseas Trading Group

Welcome OTG! The latest marketplace to hit the B-Stock Sourcing Network gives buyers around the globe access to new, overstock, closeout, customer-returned and export-only merchandise including apparel, accessories, children’s items, jewelry, tools & hardware and other mixed goods. The products are being sold in bulk quantities, ranging from a single pallet to full truckloads and …

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Buyer Spotlight: Jay Roberts of Real Deal Warehouse

Around 15% of items are returned to or never sold by retailers; this amounts to hundreds of billions of dollars in merchandise that can’t go back on store or virtual shelves and is slated for the secondary market. This is where B-Stock comes in: we connect retailers’ and manufacturers’ excess merchandise directly to business buyers, …

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E-commerce returns are on the rise: what’s your reverse logistics plan?

There has been a lot of talk lately in the logistics community about the surge in e-commerce returns: a recent report from CBRE noted that they are growing at a 15-percent annual rate and in 2015 around 30 percent of online purchases were returned. Those are some pretty big numbers that can’t be ignored. What’s …

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Buyer Spotlight: Scott Fitzgerald, President of The Curb

From buyer’s remorse to buying the wrong size, make or model, consumers are fickle creatures, returning around 3.5 billion items a year – a lot of which can’t go back on store or virtual shelves and are slated for liquidation. B-Stock connects this excess merchandise directly to a global base of business buyers, including one …

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Sears Holdings Corp. Launches B2B Liquidation Marketplace to Sell Excess Inventory and Returns from its Sears/Kmart Retail Stores, Distribution Centers and Dotcom Platforms

We are pleased to welcome our newest marketplace to the B-Stock Sourcing Network. Sears Kmart Overstock Auctions is the official B2B Online Marketplace of Sears Holdings and offers approved business buyers direct access to excess inventory and customer returns from Sears and Kmart stores, distribution centers and dotcom platforms. The inventory includes overstock and customer-returned LTL …

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Bulk Lots of Electric Heating Solutions and Fireplace Products Available on our Newest Marketplace

Returned, overstock and refurbished merchandise from the world leader in electronic heating solutions has hit the B-Stock Sourcing Network and is available via our newest B2B liquidation marketplace. This online auction site will give will give qualified business buyers around the globe direct access to inventory including electric fireplaces, control units, mantels, baseboards and other …

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B-Stock Partners with Fundera to Help Small Businesses Finance Their Inventory Needs

Inventory management can be a struggle for retail small business owners: your business and merchandise flow can be predictable for years, but then suddenly the need for more product is imminent. If you’re like many small business owners, you might not have the cash on hand nor access to financing to make necessary purchases and …

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